Depends if it's a city to city move or if you're going to the rural area. I moved back here to the downtown area (across from the new city park) from a subdivision setting in North Pike County. There are a few restaurants, drug stores, grocers, and most other basic stuff. The growth here can be attributed to Gordon College which now has over 6,000 students. You can see the whole city in about 10 mins. You will miss going to Kroger, and you'll find yourself going to Macon more than to Atlanta. I have been in and around B'ville for 30 years now and have found there are two types of people here. One that loves it here and will never leave - the other is dying get out the first chance they get. But ain't that the way of the world we live in?